2 comments on “Patricia Highsmith Breaking Barriers”

  1. Interesting reading - while I'm familiar with the movie versions of The Talented Mr. Ripley, and Strangers on a Train, I haven't read the books and didn't know much about Patricia Highsmith. These were both excellent stories, and I'm amazed she didn't achieve much notoriety during her lifetime. Isn't that typical though, to become well known after you're not around to enjoy it. Excellent article, very well written and informative. Thanks for sharing.

  2. Thanks for the comments, LibraryLady. I think Highsmith preferred not being in the limelight. She probably would have hated the attention. She's definitely more known for the novels you mentioned, than The Price of Salt; however, I think Salt outshines everything else.

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